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Jude Browning

(b.1987, Edinburgh)


Like An Angel Passing Through My Room performance and talk co-hosted with Anne-Marie Copestake, 24th September 2019. CCA, Glasgow

New Contemporaries New Writing: Upcoming performances at Leeds Art Gallery, November 2019 & South London Gallery, January 2020

Artist Moving Image Festival (AMIF). Commissioned performance lecture. November, 2019. Tramway, Glasgow.

LADA Live Event: Karen Finley and female vocality, 21st November 2019

Jude Browning Talks to Anne Marie Copestake in Bed, MAP Magazine, May 2019

Gestures: Writing that moves between. 2019. The Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester.

Pre-Ramble (first episode). 2019. With Lucy Duncombe and Jess Higgins. David Dale Gallery, Glasgow.

Smoking Inside. 2019. With Amelia Barratt, Catalina Barroso-Luque and Jessa Mockridge & Chris Timms. London.

The Perfect, perfect. Look. 2018. Performed and written with Amelia Barratt. Supported by Glasgow International 2018. The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow.

Ulay: Now you see me. 2018. Commissioned response and performance. The Cooper Gallery, Dundee. With Jane Rendall, Amelia Jones, Amelia Bywater et al.

To write, to speak, to publish, to move. 2018. With Emmie McLuskey, Freya Field Donovan, Amelia Barratt, Sam Bellacossa and Tom Marshalsay. CCA, Glasgow.

Baltic: Figure 4. 2018. With Kati Karki, Kirsty Hendry and Jake Watts. Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead.

Oral Rise 2. 2016. Curated by Amelia and Martha Barratt. With performances from Rosie Ridgway, Crispin Best, Hazel Brill, Gery Georgieva, Anja Olofgörs, Fani Parali, Sam Simmons. Waterloo Action Centre, London.

Squeezer collective. 2016. Outside- in / Inside-out Festival. Many Studios, Glasgow.

All Together Now. 2016. Radiophrenia Broadcast.

Two People are not a heap / an unspectacular heap. 2016. Performance and publication project with Alexandra Symons Sutcliffe. Supported by Glasgow International, 2016. The Glue Factory, Glasgow.

SAR Conference on Artistic Practice & Writing. 2016. Performance lecture for Art, Philosophy, Writing and Speech lead by Alva Noe. Royal Conservatory, The Hague.

The Speaking Machine reading. 2014. Group Critical Writing Residency. The Cooper Gallery, Dundee.

A Performance of Some Description... 2013. Performed and written in collaboration with Daphne de Sonneville. The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow.

A Kind of Looking. 2013. The Whitechapel Gallery, London.

Figures Refrain. 2013. Inland Studios, London.

Dolly Parton is Playing. 2012. CCA, Glasgow.

Waiting for Gordon Gekko. 2011. (Installation, film, text) + 411 Gallery, The Studio Warehouse, Glasgow.

Wholly Real, Wholly Staged! A Realist Adventure with Raoul Walsh. 2011. Glasgow Short Film Festival. The CCA, Glasgow.


May - June 2019 Study Room Research Residency at The Live Art Development Agency, London.

To write, to speak, to publish, to move. 2017. With Emmie McLuskey. The CCA, Glasgow

Baltic: Figure 4. 2018. With Kati Karki, Kirsty Hendry and Jake Watts. Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead.

2016 Participant in Wysing Study Week lead by Cally Spooner.

Co-Editor of PaperWork Issue ii: Act Natural (supported by the Arts, 2015

Co-curator of PaperWork Issue ii: Act Natural live programme launch, 2015. Events at Spike Island and Jupiter Woods. Bristol and London. With contributions from: Ross Bennett, Patrick Coyle, Julian Charrière, Tom Duggan, Heather Fahy, S Mark Gubb, Sophie Jung, Kyra Kordoski, Barnaby Lambert, Isabella Martin, Tine Melzer, Sisters From Another Mister, Jessa Mary Mockridge, Claire Potter, Annika Reed, Dominic Samsworth, Arron Sands, Will Sheridan, Catherine Smiles, Daphne de Sonneville, Emily Speed, Su Tomesen, Stijn Verhoeff, Frank Wasser and Heather Welsh.

The Optics of Writing: Writing doing (not the thing) no describing (it). 2014. With Jessa Mockridge and with performances from Stuart Home, Sam Keogh and Jack Owen Gyll. X Marks the Bokship, London.

Language is a Creek on the Stair. 2013. With Claire Potter, Jessa Mockridge, Daphne de Sonneville, Heather Welsh, Catherine Smiles. The Whitechapel Gallery, London.


Public Voices. 2018. Supported by the Scottish Graduate School of Arts and Humanities. Two day workshop and events co-programmed with Naomi Pearce. With Professor Ros Steen and Dr Nina Wakeford. The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow. Many Studios, Glasgow.

Morning Routines Under Microscopy. Writing and performance workshop with The Cooper Gallery and Tayside Deaf Hub. 2018.

To write, to speak, to publish, to move. 2017. Writing and performance workshop led with Emmie McLuskey. For the 2017 Curatorial Studio participants. Supported by Framework.

Teaching Assistant for Maria Fusco. 2016-2017.

PhD Mentor for Edinburgh College of Art MFA Students. 2017.

Proofreader for Dr Ruth Pelzer-Montada. 2015-2016. “Perspectives on Contemporary Printmaking” is published by Manchester University Press (2018).


Morning Routines Under Microscopy. 2017. The Cooper Gallery, Dundee.

The Thumb. 2016. Prologue for Still Life Standing Women by Arron Sands. NICE Publications.

Convincing Surfaces. 2015 Rattle Journal: Issue V.

The Speaking Machine. 2015. Group Critical Writing Residency. The Cooper Gallery, Dundee.

Right Good. 2013 G.A.R.A.G.E Collective. London.

2 Chug. 2013. PaperWork Magazine Issue I: Lost and Found. (Supported by the Arts Council England).

Role Plays: Jockum Nordström at the Camden Arts Centre. 2013. Apollo Magazine (online)

Un Échec: A Hard Nut to Craic 2HB: Volume 13

Scripts for Painting & Waiting for Gordon Gekko. 2011. + 411 Gallery, The Studio Warehouse, Glasgow.

Under Ancient Boom Shadow. 2011. Commissioned text for Douglas Moreland, The Mutual, Glasgow. 2011


Edinburgh College of Art PhD Art (practice) 2015-2018 Edinburgh College of Art Scholarship

Goldsmiths University MFA Art Writing (Distinction), 2012-2014 Carnegie Trust Bursary

Emily Carr, Vancouver Fine Art Printmaking, Artist Bookmaking. 2008

Glasgow School of Art Fine Art Painting and Printmaking, 2006-2010 2010 Recipient Glasgow School of Art Dissertation Prize